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All voters are welcome! We generally meet monthly on the second Monday at Town Campus. It is a great opportunity to learn about what's happening in your government before it affects your life. Each meeting includes a report by the Boards of Selectmen, Finance, and Education, as well as the Police Commission. We encourage you to attend our meetings and invite you to share your views.
Town government in Madison is truly "by the people." While paid employees staff Town Hall, the Police, and the Schools, most elected and appointed positions on Town Boards and Commissions are volunteer posts. We invite you to volunteer!

Next RTC Meeting: Monday November 10th, Town Campus, Room A, 7:00pm

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All voters are welcome!

We generally meet monthly on the second Monday at Town Campus.  It is a great opportunity to learn about what's happening in your government before it affects your life.

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Mission Statement

We are advocates for tax fairness and getting the greatest possible return of tax dollars to the Town of Madison. We seek a high caliber of educational and municipal services at fair and reasonable costs to the community.

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We the People

Town government in Madison is truly "by the people." While paid employees staff Town Hall, the Police, and the Schools, most elected and appointed positions on Town Boards and Commissions are volunteer posts. We invite you to volunteer!

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Welcome to the Republican Town Committee of Madison, CT

Welcome to the Madison RTC website. If you have read our mission statement you understand our goals and objectives as a political party. In Madison, we have one of the largest and most proactive town committees in the state of Connecticut. We welcome your participation in our activities.

As an interested Madison Republican you know that we have our work cut out for us in the coming years. Currently we are the minority party at the state and national levels. Republicans need to work that much harder to have our voices heard. This includes how the town, the state and the federal government allocates funding, because at a grass roots level we all feel the crunch of the current fiscal crisis.

We live in a beautiful town, in a great state, in a great nation. We need to pay attention and to impact decisions – to do that we need your help. We are always looking for qualified people to serve on boards and committees. I hope to see you at the next Madison RTC meeting or to hear from you.

Sincerely,

Tom Banisch